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Refurbished Airport Base Station, $129; Airport Express, $69

15 November 2011 1,153 views One Comment

Janky wi-fi can ruin just about any experience. Take it from me, a guy who thought he could “save” money by going with an el cheapo D-Link router — Apple’s Airport Extreme routers provide superior performance, reliability and features.

However, just because you want the doesn’t mean you should pay full retail. Anyone who regularly reads the Fairer Platform knows I use and promote Apple Certified Factory Refurbished gear.

• [p] AirPort Express Base Station, $69 (99)
— Dual-band 802.11n router, printer sharing, AirTunes

• [p] AirPort Extreme Base Station, $129 (179)
— Dual-band 802.11n router, printer sharing, AirPlay

[c] AirPort Extreme Base Station, $149 (179)
— Dual-band 802.11n router, printer sharing, AirPlay

[p] 1TB Time Capsule, $209 (299)
— Time Machine backup, dual-band 802.11 router, printer sharing, AirPlay

Manage your wireless network on your iPhone, iPad
Once your network is set up, AirPort Utility for iOS 5 and OS X Lion lets you manage and monitor your AirPort network from your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch — there’s an app for that.

• [p] 2TB Time Capsule, $249 (499)
— Time Machine backup, dual-band 802.11 router, printer sharing, AirPlay

[c] 2TB Time Capsule, $259 (299)
— Time Machine backup, dual-band 802.11 router, printer sharing, AirPlay

[c] 3TB Time Capsule, $429 (499)
— Time Machine backup, dual-band 802.11 router, printer sharing, AirPlay

All of the above Airport products come with a full + extendible AppleCare warranty and you get free ground shipping, as well.

All models in stock when published.

See also: Airport Base Station, Time Capsule Firmware Update 7.6

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